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The output of the tree command seems to display what you're looking for: . └── photos └── beach ├── 1.txt -> me_and_dog.jpg └── me_and_dog.jpg Newer versions of the command will even output to HTML, XML or JSON. XML Output: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <tree> <directory name="."> <directory ...
This issue has come up repeatedly in the Docker community. It basically violates the requirement that a Dockerfile be repeatable if you run it or I run it. So I wouldn't expect this ability, as described in this ticket: Dockerfile ADD command does not follow symlinks on host #1676. So you have to conceive of a different approach. If you look at this issue: ...
I don't have much experience with docker so I can't promise this will work but one choice would be to mount the directory instead of linking to it: $ cd projects/app1 $ mkdir shared $ sudo mount -o bind ../shared shared/ That will attach ../shared to ./shared and should be completely transparent to the system. As explained in man mount: The bind ...
Had the same problem, after deleting the folder with administrator privileges (it is a hidden system folder so it may be that you don't see it) i got this error message Junction v1.06 - Windows junction creator and reparse point viewer Copyright (C) 2000-2010 Mark Russinovich Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com Error creating C:\Windows\Installer: ...
Try this way: find . -name "*0001*"
Solution is one of the folder in the hierarchy didnt have execute permission
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